Pair programming is the collaborative technique of programming in which two programmers implement the same task instantaneously. In other words, pair programming encompasses the development of software by two programmers on a side-by-side combined methodology (Fojtik, 2011). In essence, the fundamental background of pair programming entails one developer taking the lead role as the driver while the other implements the tasks of navigation.
Given the developing tendencies of mobile software design education, understanding the effectiveness of pair programming is vital in expanding and deploying its application within the broader software development domain (Dorairaj, Noble, and Malik, 2012). Besides the software design classes, understanding the implication of pair programming in the development of computer programs will enrich its application and increase competence.
In order to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the critical factors about pair programming, the research study will focus on two primary goals; expounding on the intrinsic worth of pair programming and exploring the possible impediments of such a collaborative software development framework. In specific, the research paper will gather previous research papers, case studies, and programming tasks to understand the essential aspects of pair programming. Additionally, the research study will scrutinize the output measures in companies before and after the implementation of pair programming in the development of mobile software and computer programs. Lastly, the study will dissect the similarities and differences of pair programming in each case studies.
By the end of the research study, the overall findings should outline the development cost, timing, and scope of the accuracy of pair programming as compared to other conventional methods of software development. To this point, the research study will acme the reduction of defects, enhancement of technical skills, minimization of stuffing risks, and the overall design quality of programs and software from pair programming. Additionally, the findings of the research study should highlight the scope of upgrading in communication among collaborative programmers both in the design of mobile software and computer programs.